Opening this week’s episode, Brad brings about a potentially controversial discussion. Is podcasting a legitimate media? Do you consider a podcast a valid press medium? If you were at Dragon*Con this year, did you notice changes? What did you think?
What did we bring for Geek and Tell? Brad and Christina have Sapphire and Steel, the first series of Transformers Animated, and Witchblade: The Series on DVD. Behold the bookshelves, as Brad adds to the collection. Digital Magic by Philippa Ballantine, The Case of The Pitcher’s Pendant: A Billibub Baddings Mystery by Tee Morris, and Mur Lafferty’s Playing for Keeps. Glenn’s picked up The Judas Strain by James Rollins. Christina is absolutely in love with her set of Brainwave Suite cds by Dr. Jeffrey Thompson.
Thanks a million tons to Stuart for his fantastically wonderful prezzie! The Ultimate SFX Trivia book, Star Wars Pocket Model, Doctor Who magnets, Farscape and Primeval posters, and a mylar Cylon poster. And to Mark, aka Jayhawk, our most grateful thanks for the Doctor Who Infinite Quest and series 2 of Primeval.
Brad and Christina talk about their friends on Twitter, Glenn’s enjoying playing with listeners on the 360, and Christina is mad about her Darkwing Duck shirt from Hot Topic.